Priced to sell! Below Market.

Property Value $20,374
Your Financed Price $15,999 Your Cash Price $15,099
Your Financed Savings $4,375 Your Cash Savings $5,275
Payments Starting At $237/Mo.
Property Value $20,374
Your Financed Price $15,999
Your Financed Savings $4,375
Payments Starting At $237/Mo.
Your Cash Price $15,099
Your Cash Savings $5,275

Stunning 1.05-acre lot in Putnam County, Georgia where you can build your dream home and be close to a lot of fun! This lot is in a great spot because of its proximity to Lake Oconee. Just a few hundred yards from the lake, this property is nestled in a beautiful area! Eatonton is located between Lakes Oconee and Sinclair and the Oconee National Forest. Whether you come for the hunting, fishing, golfing, shopping, water-sports or historic homes, there is a little something for everyone.. This lot won't last! Build your home here now.

Property Location

The subject property described for sale on this page can be seen on the following aerial maps outlined in red, shaded in yellow, and marked with the red “SALE” icon.


The purchase data on sold comparable properties in this area illustrate your opportunity to acquire a great deal well below market value and enjoy instant equity.


This property is a great bargain. The asking prices of comparable active listings on a per-acre basis illustrate this clearly.


Nearby home and property values are very healthy. The neighborhood is suited to retain high property value for whatever type of home you may wish to build on this vacant lot.


Status: Available
State: Georgia
APN: 101B076
Size: 1.05 Acres
Topography: Flat
GPS: 33.446302, -83.274057
Short Legal: LOT 9 MOUDY S/D
Annual Taxes: $185.95 - 2019
HOA: n/a
Zoning: Residential
Setbacks: 55 ft from the road of the property line 30 ft from the front 20 ft from the both sides
Road Access: Paved
Electricity: Georgia Power Co
Water: Would need dig a water well.
Sewer: The property has already a septic installed

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Purchasing Options

Seller Financed Price: $15,999

Cash Price: $15,099 – you save an additional $900

Option 1



72 Months

Option 2



48 Months

Option 3



24 Months

Financing Option Prices above do not reflect the following monthly service charges: $30/month for loan servicing and liability insurance, 1/12 annual base taxes listed in Property Details section above. Total due at signing includes down-payment, first monthly payment and applicable service charges, as well as one time documentation and processing fee of $495.

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Take a trip to Eatonton, the heart of the Antebellum Trail and birthplace of Joel Chandler Harris and Alice Walker, where heritage is deeply rooted in the community. The people of Eatonton understand the value of preserving the past, which you can see just by taking a stroll through our downtown, lined with antebellum, Gothic, and Victorian style homes. Putnam County is a wonderland for architecture buffs, sports enthusiasts, adventure seekers, antique collectors, and luxury lovers. Eatonton is brimming full with Antebellum structures, mom and pop shops, local eateries, and the sweetest tea in the South. The county itself is surrounded by 2 lakes and a National forest. (

Cost of Living

Residents in Eatonton, GA enjoy a cost of living index of 85. This index is 10% lower than the Georgia average, and 15% lower than the national average.


With 6,529 people, Eatonton is the 143rd most populated city in the state of Georgia out of 619 cities.


In 2017, the most common method of travel for workers in Eatonton, GA was Drove Alone (78.3%), followed by those who Carpooled (13.8%) and those who Other (5.61%).

Real Estate

In Eatonton, GA, the median house price is $79,300, making the price 48% lower than that the average for Georgia.


Putnam County Schools is an above average, public school district. 2,938 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1.

Housing Market

In Eatonton, GA, the median price of a home is $79,300 and $28,949 is the median household income. This means that the home price to income ratio is 2.7x, a ratio that is 8% lower than the average in Georgia.


The economy of Eatonton, GA employs 3.26k people. The largest industries in Eatonton, GA are Manufacturing (509 people), Accommodation & Food Services (443 people), and Administrative & Support & Waste Management Services (405 people).

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Local Hot Spots

Georgia Writers Museum (11.7 miles)
Veterans Wall of Honor Park (12 miles)
The Museum Of The Brer Rabbit (12.1 miles)
Historic Uncle Remus Museum (12.1 miles)
Old Salem Park (5.3 miles)
Rock Eagle 4-H Center (10.9 miles)
Lake Oconee Discovery Museum (2.8 miles)

Area Attractions

Alliance Theatre (80 miles)
Atlanta Botanical Garden, Inc. (81 miles)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (80 miles)
Centennial Olympic Park (78 miles)
Center For Civil And Human Rights (79 miles)
Chattahoochee River (141 miles)
Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall Of Fame (79 miles)
Children’S Museum Of Atlanta (79 miles)
Delta Flight Museum (83 miles)
Fernbank Museum Of Natural History (77 miles)
Fox Theatre (80 miles)
Georgia Aquarium (79 miles)
Jackson Street Bridge (79 miles)
Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta (87 miles)
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park (76 miles)
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (78 miles)
Michael C. Carlos Museum (Emory University) (79 miles)
Porsche Experience Center Atlanta (80 miles)
Six Flags Over Georgia (87 miles)
Skyline Park (93 miles)
State Farm Arena (78 miles)
Stone Mountain Park (71 miles)
Suntrust Park (91 miles)
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta (85 miles)
World Of Coca-Cola (93 miles)
Zoo Atlanta (77 miles)

Sports & Recreation

Atlanta Braves (MLB)
Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
Atlanta Hawks (NBA)
Atlanta United FC (MLS)
Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (NCAA)
Georgia State Panthers (NCAA)
Kennesaw State Owls (NCAA)
University of Georgia Bulldogs (NCAA – Athens, GA)
Sugar Bowl
SEC Championship Game
2019 Super Bowl
54 Golf Courses within 30 Minutes
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Porsche Experience Center Atlanta

So, what are you waiting for?

Buyer to verify and perform their own due diligence regarding the feasibility of their plans. Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can’t be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to obtain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property.